PowerPoint Presentation : There are so many ways of communication.
LANGUAGE is the easiest way : LANGUAGE is the easiest way
LANGUAGE can be SPOKEN or WRITTEN : LANGUAGE can be SPOKEN or WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
LANGUAGE : LANGUAGE SPOKEN WRITTEN LISTEN ---- SPEAK READ ---- WRITE
PowerPoint Presentation : Words (Vocabulary) tell us What to say. Grammar tells us How to say.
GRAMMAR consists of-- : GRAMMAR consists of-- PARTS Of SPEECH
PowerPoint Presentation : PARTS OF SPEECH CONSTRUCT LANGUAGE GIVE SURITY OF CORRECT USAGE
PowerPoint Presentation : PARTS OF SPEECH NOUNS PRONOUNS VERBS ADJECTIVES ADVERBS CONJUNCTIONS PREPOSITIONS INTERJECTIONS ARTICLES
(1) Noun → A naming word. : (1) Noun → A naming word. EXAMPLES-- boy books
(2) Pronoun → A word used in the place of a noun. : (2) Pronoun → A word used in the place of a noun. EXAMPLES- I, You, He, She It, They Each, Every, Either, Neither, anyone, someone
(3) Verb → A word used to express an action or state. : (3) Verb → A word used to express an action or state. EXAMPLES- Run walk read go eat
(4) Adjective → A word used to describe a noun. : (4) Adjective → A word used to describe a noun. EXAMPLES-- - Beautiful, pretty, swift, obedient, tall
(5) Adverb →used to qualify a verb, an adjective or another adverb. : (5) Adverb → used to qualify a verb, an adjective or another adverb. EXAMPLES-- Quickly, briskly, fast, so, very, little, much
(6) Preposition→ A word which shows the relationship between two words in a sentence. : (6) Preposition → A word which shows the relationship between two words in a sentence . EXAMPLES- - In on at from over under beside
(7) Conjunction → A word used to join words or sentences. : (7) Conjunction → A word used to join words or sentences. EXAMPLES- For and nor but or yet so
(8) Interjection → A word which expresses some sudden feeling. : (8) Interjection → A word which expresses some sudden feeling. Wow! Alas! Sigh!
(9) Articles – small words used before nouns : (9) Articles – small words used before nouns Examples-- A An The
How words are combined and used to form legible and coherent sentences-- : How words are combined and used to form legible and coherent sentences--
noun and verb structure : We need at least a noun and a verb to make a sentence— Ram runs. Sohan plays. The baby sleeps. Mother walks. noun and verb structure
noun verb noun structure : noun verb noun structure Ram runs on the ground . Sohan plays tennis . The baby sleeps on the bed . Mother walks in the garden .
Pronoun and verb structure : Pronoun and verb structure I run. You sleep. He shouts She cries. It sinks. They talk.
Adjective and noun structure : Adjective and noun structure Big table . Small girl. Naughty boy. Pink frock. Funny joke.
Adjective plural noun structure : Adjective plural noun structure Big tables . Small girls. Naughty boys. Pink frocks. Funny jokes.
adverb and adjective structure : adverb and adjective structure She is a very beautiful girl. Your gift is really nice. Her son is so intelligent . Her house is pretty big. The class is really noisy.
Verb and adverb structure : Verb and adverb structure He runs fast. She sings sweetly. I write neatly. Boys eat quickly. Rohan speaks fluently.
Conjunction : Conjunction Ram and Shyam are friends. Hema or Seema will get the first prize. He is foolish but honest.
Preposition : Preposition The dog is in the basket. The dog is on the chair. The dog is beside the table.
PowerPoint Presentation : Knowledge of Grammar makes you sure of “How to say”